Andropause or mid life crisis
Despite what you may have heard, depression affects men as profoundly as it does women, and while you may have heard the jokes about the male mid-life crisis and the questions of self-identity that go with it, it’s a real phenomenon affecting tens of thousands of men.
But there’s a darker side to depression in men. World-wide, over a million
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The worlds most misunderstood disease
No one is sure how long modern humans have lived on earth. Some suspect that it may have only be 200,000 years, and while we have survived, it’s debatable if we have actually evolved. We have figured out what it takes to survive physically and technically, but we have always been at odds about what it takes to survive intellectually
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Celebrated as a gift of life
There is no knowing when yoga really began. There is a solid history going back for 15,000 years but no one really knows about the people who lived before then let alone what they thought and how they lived.
What is clear is that yoga began either in India as we know it today or in very close proximity,
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An old remedy for modern times
There is no doubt that massage is perhaps the oldest healing art because we have known for many centuries that just a little rubbing ouch go away. But it’s not just humans, most animals enjoy being stroked and rubbed, primarily because it makes them feel good.
In today’s modern world what we feel is shaped by external forces, and
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The changing face of New Zealand
Back in the 1950s, times were changing and people’s awareness of the world around them was expanding. The insane asylums had been around for many years but they were becoming something of a social embarrassment to governments who had little idea what to do those who could not function in the fast changing world.
The mental asylums as well
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And a brave new world
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Western allopathic medicine is a new phenomenon when we consider the timespan of human history. No one is quite sure how long human beings have lived on this planet as past knowledge has mostly been lost and what people believe is largely theoretical.
Throughout history, lifespan and health have been dependent on good fortune like food
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A danger to health and happiness
The idea of fasting is to allow the body to detoxify, by not consuming any food but by drinking an adequate amount of water, the digestive system gets to have a rest and the accumulated toxins in the body are released.
On a spiritual level, because there is no energy involved in digestion, energy is freed for spiritual contemplation
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The core of our creation
We have an old saying “if you don’t use it, you lose it.” This phrase is most usually applied to our level of fitness and strength which is declining due to all our modern conveniences and modern lifestyle.
There is growing evidence that our genetics and our DNA is influenced and can even be changed by our lifestyle, our way
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Forming attitudes and opinions
Everyone has an opinion about almost everything and opinions shape attitudes which in turn shape lives. Here we have an article about dress code and various opinions.
In this scenario, these two young ladies went to a meeting and you have to admit, they do look gorgeous. Well their faces are not the most pretty, but their manner of dress makes
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Lowering cholesterol or harming users?
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A group of the most widely prescribed drugs of all time, Statins are a class of lipid-lowering medications that are claimed to inhibit production an enzyme that is thought to play a central role in the production of cholesterol. In other words, Statin drugs block the action of the liver enzyme HMG-CoA
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